Brihadaranyaka Upanishad - Shankara Bhashya translated by Swami Madhavananda, with an introduction by Mahamahopadhyaya prof. S. Kuppuswami Sastri
Sanskrit Text with English Translation of Shankara Bhashya.
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987 pages, 1950ContentsPreface Introduction Note The Peace Chant Chapter 1 1. Meditation on the Horse-Sacrifice 2. The Process of Creation 3. The Prana: Its Glories and Redeeming Power 4. The Creation and Its Cause 5. Manifestations of Prajapati 6. The Three Aspects of the Universe Chapter 2 1. Relative Aspects of Brahman 2. Description of the Prana 3. The Two Forms of Brahman 4. Yajnavalkya and Maitreyi (I) 5. The Interdependence of Created Objects 6. The Line of Teachers Chapter 3 1. Yajnavalkya and Asvala 2. Yajnavalkya and Artabhaga 3. Yajnavalkya and Bhujyu 4. Yajnavalkya and Ushasta 5. Yajnavalkya and Kahola 6. Yajnavalkya and Gargi (I) 7. Yajnavalkya and Uddalaka 8. Yajnavalkya and Gargi (II) 9. Yajnavalkya and Vidaghdha Chapter 4 1. Partial Definitions of Brahman 2. Concerning The Self 3. Investigation of the Three States 4. Death and the Hereafter 5. Yajnavalkya and Maitreyi (II) 6. The Line of Teachers Chapter 5 1. The Infinity of Brahman 2. The Three Great Disciplines 3. Brahman as the Heart 4. Meditation on Satya Brahman 5. In Praise of Satya Brahman 6. Meditation on Brahman as the Mind 7. Meditation on Brahman as Lightning 8. Meditation on the Vedas as a Cow 9. Meditation on the Vaisvanara Fire 10. The Path of the Departing Soul 11. The Supreme Austerities 12. Meditation on Food and the Vital Breath as Brahman 13. Meditation on the Vital Breath 14. The Sacred Gayatri 15. The Prayer of a Dying Person Chapter 6 1. The Supremacy of the Prana 2. The Process of Rebirth 3. Rites for the Attainment of Wealth 4. Conception and Birth as Religious Rites 5. The Line of Teachers Index